Month: May 2019

Why You Need to Prepare For Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 End Of Life

All good things must come to an end, including the business software that you have likely been using for years. In the tech field, we call this End of Life. This basically means that the developer will no longer issue security updates, fix bugs and flaws, or offer support. And now its Windows 7 and Windows …

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News Bytes – May

$2000 for a failing phone? The new Samsung Galaxy Fold, which was supposed to introduce ground-breaking new foldable smartphone technology, is beset with problems after claims from reviewers and early adopters that the technology is easy to break. There have been reports of dirt getting into the device’s hinge, damaging the screen display, of the …

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Question of the Month – May

Question: What’s the best way to edit PDF files? Answer: For many people, PDFs remain the best way to share documents. However, they aren’t always the easiest things to edit, which can be somewhat frustrating. Nevertheless, there are a number of ways this can be done. Firstly, and most obviously, you can use Adobe Acrobat …

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Zero-day Vulnerability Discovered in Internet Explorer

Security researcher John Page has recently published information, including a proof of concept code, regarding a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer that could provide hackers with a method by which they can steal files from computers that use the Windows operating system. The problem stems from the ways in which Internet Explorer handles MHT (MHTML …

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